Tarzan Mama of Two
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: The land down under!
We have 6 foot fences in the back yard but were hoping to be able to keep her in the front yard where the fence isn't as high. I'll see how she goes as a puppy and if jumping is going to be her thing then she'll go in the backyard. My neighbours two doors up own them and they only have a small fence and their dogs never jump it...I guess they must have trained them that way. I don't have a problem with the dog sleeping inside...my b/f would if I told him now that she would have to sleep inside but once she's here and not coping with the outdoors...well we'd get her own little bed for indoors!lol Just don't tell my b/f I said that!! We have really warm nights right now so I'd have a bit of time to break my b/f in to that one!! I don't see it as cons...it's expected with such strong dogs but it is good to be reminded so thankyou!!
I was just having a look cause the size of your dogs made me think we might be talking about a slightly different dog! We are! From the size of your dog it looks like you own American Staffordshire Terriers where as I am after a Staffordshire Bull Terrier....they only get to a maximum of 38 pounds! Along the same breeding lines from what I can gather but just smaller in size! And the best part about Staffy's in aus...they are completely accepted as a safe family pet...no people freaking out when I take her for a walk etc.
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